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emily.jarman

November 10, 2022

 

November is Men’s Health Awareness Month, so now is the perfect time of the year to shine a light on men‘s health, both physical and mental. Men are half as likely to seek help for mental health issues than women, and as a result often suffer in silence. This is a global issue that desperately needs to be addressed.

To recognise and celebrate Men’s Health Awareness Month we are offering 25% off certain titles. Our selection of seven books are designed to help people, men in particular, take control of their wellbeing and make keys changes in their lives towards great happiness and security.

Enter the code MENSHEALTH25 at checkout to get 25% off any of the following books, valid until the end of November.

Happy reading!

 

The Anxiety Antidote by Kamran Bedi

A practical guide to emotional resilience in modern life, managing anxiety and finding confidence, by a popular Nero-Linguistic Programmer, Pilates teacher and Transformational Life Coach.

 

Why We Get Mad by Dr Ryan Martin

This is THE book on anger, the first book to explain exactly why we get mad, what anger really is – and how to cope with and use it.

 

Feel Better, No Matter What by Michael James 

A 4-week course offering new tools to deal with the challenging emotions that get in the way of enjoying life. These incredible self-soothing methods, created by a highly respected life coach and inspirational speaker, really do work.

 

How to be Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable by Ben Aldridge

Join Ben Aldridge as he offers a selection of strange and wonderful challenges designed to take you out of your comfort zone and into the unknown.

 

Living and Loving in the Time of AIDS by Derek Frost

A compelling, heart-rending and uplifting memoir about one couple’s love story through the AIDS epidemic.

 

Slay Your Dragons with Compassion by Malcolm Stern 

Ten key teachings from renowned therapist Malcolm Stern, all distilled from his thirty years of intense group work. The book is filled with practical exercises, which are combined with real and compelling stories from the therapy room.

 

Get Your Head in the Game by Dominic Stevenson

Get Your Head in the Game is the first book to tackle the issue of mental health and its relationship with the most popular sport in the world, football.

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